British civilian worked as co-ordinator for Mothers for Peace, 1980s-1990s.
REEL 1 Recollections of background: Baptist family; marriage; development of anti-war views as teenager. Recollections of work with Mothers for Peace, 1980s-1990s: desire for involvement in peace activities; recruitment as co-ordinator for Mothers for Peace; background to formation of Mother's for Peace in 1980 by Lucy Behenna and Marion Mansergh; purpose of MFP; network structure of MFP; contact with MFP groups in Soviet Union and Eastern Europe; Quaker involvement in MFP; male support for MFP; support from husband for her MFP work; membership of MFP.
REEL 2 Continues: fundraising; making of MFP peace quilt; visit to United States with two Soviet women, 1988; attitude of American women towards Greenham women; contacts with Women Together Organisation in Northern Ireland; visit to Northern Ireland; WTO's peace and reconciliation work in Northern Ireland; question of intimidation of WTO members; visit to Belfast.
REEL 3 Continues: impact of changes in SU and Eastern Europe on MFP networks; impact of membership of MFP; relations with other members; criticism of name 'Mothers for Peace' by feminists; impact of MFP on her life; hopes for future of movement; role as part of telephone 'hotline' for Greenham Common Peace Camp.